Tuesday, March 19, 2013

20 Reads for Tuesday

  • Internet Connected Devices Surpass Half a Billion in U.S. Homes as Tablet Penetration Surges (NPD Group)
  • Kate Spade Reinvents Retail As A Lean Startup (FastCo Design)
  • The Best Retail Brands of 2013 (InterBrand)
  • E-Retailers Now Accounting for Nearly Half of Book Purchases by Volume, Overtake Physical Retail (Digital Book World)
  • Amazon Prime: Bigger, More Powerful, More Profitable than Anyone Imagined (Time)
  • The 100 Best Retailers to Work For in 2012 (The Retail Life)
  • New Survey Reveals Shifting Consumer Views on Email Marketing (BlueHornet)
  • The Turnaround Trap: Why Ron Johnson Is Struggling at J. C. Penney (The New Yorker) and Is creating a REIT a viable solution for a struggling JC Penney? (Bloomberg)
  • For Mobile Devices, Think Apps, Not Ads (HBR)
  • Americans Will Spend $17.2 Billion For Easter This Year (NRF)
  • Lululemon’s hurdle: Handling all those customers (The Globe and Mail) and Lululemon Has A See-Through Yoga Pants Problem (WSJ)
  • Convenience has the upper hand over price in mobile retail (Mobile Commerce Daily)
  • Faster Than Overnight: How Etailers Get You Stuff the Same Day You Ordered It (Wired)
  • The Evolving Landscape of the U.S. Fresh Foods Market (Nielsen)
  • The Ultra-Modern Store That Gives E-Commerce A Whole New Dimension (Business Insider)
  • The Future Shopper: How changing shopper attitudes and technology are re-shaping retail (The Futures Company)
  • Amazon's sellers unhappy about fee hikes, eye rivals (Reuters)
  • Can mobile coupons influence how people shop? (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

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